20:50 Brighton Tue 18 June 2019

  • Sky Sports Racing On Sky 415 Handicap (Class 5)
  • 6f 210y, Good to Firm (Good in places)
  • 11 Runners
  • Winner£3,752.002nd£1,116.003rd£558.004th£300.005th£300.006th£300.007th£300.008th£300.00
  • Surface: Turf
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Winning time:1m 21.39sOff time:21:00:45
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1
(5)
510-0OR: 70
8/1

A line could be drawn through her last start (conditions much too soft); better judged on seasonal debut at Newmarket (6f, good), didn't get the strongest of rides. Hard to write off back under more suitable conditions; below last winning mark.

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2
(2)
49-13OR: 69D
9/2

Quirky sort who is fairly useful on his day but can look less than generous in a finish (threw away a seller at Leicester, 6f, last time). Well weighted on his old form and at home over this distance but hard to put total faith in back in a handicap.

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3
(12)
49-9OR: 65C
6/1

Dropped to below his last winning mark, certainly hinted at a revival last time when running over 5f at Chepstow. Good record here 12237 the win coming over 5f; hasn't won for over a year, never tried beyond 6f (0-3 at that trip).

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4
(3)
59-9OR: 65
16/1

On a losing run that is starting to look rather long with her last two starts not really showing any sign that a resurgence of her old form is likely to happen soon. Way below-par last time at Chelmsford, now returns to turf with questions to answer.

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5
(6)
49-8OR: 64D
25/1

Question marks over nearly all his recent starts about how much effort he's putting into his races (let down by his attitude last time). Took little interest over 6f here last time (finished last); something to find on form and temperament.

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6
(1)
49-8OR: 64CD
4/1

The addition of Adam Kirby certainly sparked this dual course winner into life last time when taking a race over C&D (well found in the market). Didn't win with much in hand, form has been well franked; two of today's rivals have ground to make up.

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7
(11)
49-7OR: 63CD
7/1

Shaped well enough when sixth to Swissal on his penultimate start over C&D (better than his finishing position suggests); then ran up to his best again over same C&D. Dipped below his last winning mark so has to be worth a second glance.

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9
(8)
39-6OR: 71BF
11/2

The sole three-year-old in the field her stable do well with their handicappers at the track (20% strike-rate last five years). Her best run has come over 6f on the AW; despite being strong in the betting her last two starts were below-par.

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10
(9)
69-0OR: 56CD
10/1

Four-time course winner (two over this trip) who having slipped in the weights go going in the right direction over 1m here last time albeit in a weak contest. No match for the winner she does feature off a good mark now; hard to ignore.

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11
(10)
68-13OR: 55D
10/1

Another one in this race striving to break a long losing run with this one having a barren spell that stretches back 19 starts. Underperformed over C&D last time and even with a tongue-tie back on she's far from one of the principals in this.

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12
(7)
58-10OR: 52CD
33/1

C&D winner who offered very little on her first start for this yard having previously been with John Ryan. Usual headgear now returns (not worn on stable debut) but hard to conjure up any winning thoughts about this one.

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8
(4)
Gerry The Glover230
79-7OR: 63
T: L CarterJ: Sophie Ralston

Last Year's Winner

Last year's winner is unavailable

Betting

Forecast

Swissal (4/1), The Lamplighter (9/2), Warning Fire (11/2), Crystal Deauville (6/1), Wilson (7/1), Seprani (8/1), Helfire (10/1), Andalusite (10/1), Golden Nectar (16/1), Gerry The Glover (20/1), The British Lion (25/1), Ocean Temptress (33/1)

Verdict

Not an easy finale to solve although there are quite a few that would be best avoided given their recent form or attitudinal problems. Swissal is the most obvious player given that he comes to this in good heart although he didn’t have much in hand when completing his C&D win last time. Mark Johnston does well with his handicapper here so his three-year-old filly Warning Fire has to be respected here despite her best form coming on the AW so far. WILSON has ground to make up on Swissal from a race that is working out well and he again ran well last time; his performances have been better than his final placings of late hence his selection.
  1. Wilson
  2. Swissal
  3. Warning Fire

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